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The Sea, graphite drawing

This particular scene wasn’t exactly what I had in mind for my next drawing – a beautiful floral was picked out.  But then I saw an amazing photograph that my friend, John Warren, had on pmp and I couldn’t resist.  … Continue reading

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Thursday’s Drawing: Grand Slam – final

Grand Slam has been a really enjoyable project to work on these past five weeks – it was a first for me to combine charcoal and graphite in a seascape and was surprised to find how easy the process was.  … Continue reading

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There is nothing like a pounding surf, a roar of crashing waves to stop most people in their tracks, at least momentarily to see what all the commotion is about. Oil Pastels are a great medium for painting crashing waves.   … Continue reading

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